Photographer Annie Griffiths @ Winspear Opera House

7 01 2011

Annie Griffiths has nearly 30 years experience in photography for publications like National Geographic, LIFE, TIME and Smithsonian.  She’s a ground-breaking legend in the photography field and she’ll be at the Winspear Opera House on Monday night.

The Brinker International Forum brings to the AT&T Performing Arts Center an extraordinary and eclectic lineup of cultural influencers—people who have shaped the way we view our world through the arts and sciences.

Up next is one of the first female photographers at National Geographic, Annie Griffiths.

She’s captured Bedouins in the Middle East, sea turtles in the Galápagos Island, opera in China, and genocide survivors in Rwanda.  Annie’s traveled the globe taking pictures of some of the world’s most beautiful places, most intriguing people and covered the horrors of the world as well.  Its really easy to see her passion when you take a gander at her amazing photos.  She’s had numerous books about her travels and subjects.

With author Barbara Kingsolver, she produced Last Stand: America’s Virgin Lands, a book celebrating the last pristine wilderness in North America.

In 2008, Griffiths published A Camera, Two Kids and a Camel, a photo memoir about balance and the joy of creating a meaningful life.

And most recently Annie released another amazing book with National Geographic, Simply Beautiful Photographs.

Free up your Monday night and make sure you come witness the amazing pictures Annie’s captured over the last 25 years.  Its going to be a wonderful evening to expand, explore and enlighten us all about our incredible world.

You can purchase tickets here.

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